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  • arriving from uk
    Jun 25, 2012
    1
    hi we are travelling mid august from England and need to make a connecting flight at LAS, would 1hour and a half be enough time to get through customs etc, the only flight available for where we want to go to leaves 90 mins after we land?

     

    You should be able to make your transfer at LAS in time. However, as your connecting flight may be in a different terminal, I suggest you open www.ifly.com and click on "Terminal Map" under QUICK LINKS - then scroll down to detailed description.

     

  • from terminal B to terminal F
    Jun 26, 2012
    2
    two young adults, will be traveling from San Fan to Phili, TB to TF. only have 50 mins. worried they will not have enough time to get to TF. can someone who had taken the flight either TB to TF or the other way around. ;et me know how it was to get around. don't want these kids getting lost

     

    At SFO you arrive at Terminal 1, Boarding area B and depart from Terminal 3, Boarding area F. Use the Red Line of the AirTrain, an automated people mover. Just follow signs. You have enough time. Make sure that on arrival you look at the overhead screens to find your departure flight number, gate and time.

     

    thanks for the info. thought they had to take a bus or tram. people mover is good. the older of two is 17. he worried, has lonely fly twice both adults. can he Dad still pay US Airway the 100 fee to have them met at gate and take them to TF?

     

  • International Flights
    Jun 25, 2012
    1
    Where do you land on international flights at Midway? Flying Volaris from Mexico City.

     

    At MDW, you arrive at the Main Terminal's Concourse A. (there is only one terminal with Concourses A, B & C and corresponding gates.

     

  • Transfer at CDG without checked bags
    Jun 25, 2012
    1
    We'll be arriving at CDG from Venice, transferring to a US flight. The connection time is 1.5 hours. Will it save us time if we only have carry-on bags?

     

    You have enough time for transfer if you have only carry-on bag, or if your Venice airline transfers your bags to the US airline flight.

     

  • X Gates?
    Jun 25, 2012
    2
    I see a lot of gates with an X after the number. Does this have any special meaning? On any of the terminal maps I've found, nothing lists an X.

     

    Each of the three terminals A, B & C at Newark Airport has three gateways - A1 to A3, B1 to B3, C1 to C3. Terminal B (gates B40-68) is for all international flights; Terminal C (gates C70-99 & C101A-115A-B) is for all United flights; Terminal A (A10-39) is for domestic flights & international departures (also uses United & United Express.

     

    That didn't answer the question. What is the meaning of a gate number with the letter X after it?

     

  • train to PHL
    Jun 25, 2012
    1
    I will be taking the train to the airport from the city area. Does SEPTA rail go directly to F concourse and will I be able to use my on line cell phone boarding pass to go through security there.

     

    At PHL 3, the SEPTA rail on the R1 Airport Line connects the Airport's Terminals A-East, B, C, D & E. to the City and makes stops at the following stations: East Wick, 38th Street, Penn Center Suburban, Market East. For SEPTA 'general information' call 215-580-7800; for SEPTA 'CCT Connect' call 215-580-7700 - or visit SEPTA at septa.org. As to cell phone boarding pass - you probably can - make sure by contacting PHL at (215) 937 6937 or Twitter at @PHLAirport

     

  • Connecting flights
    Jun 25, 2012
    1
    I am flying in from Delta airlines Terminal S, then departing at Delta connection (pinnacle DBA) at Terminal I. Can I make this in 30 minutes?

     

    According to my listing, Delta serves Concourses A through F and their corresponding gates (i.e., A1) Delta Connection /Pinnacle are domestic flights and would not be in Terminal I (the new international Maynard Jackson terminal). Gates A through D are domestic gates of the domestic terminal, divided into North & South terminals. All Concourses - domestic & international - are connected by the underground 'Plane Train' stopping at the center of each Concourse. On arrival look at the overhead screen to find your flight number, gate & departure time, then follow signs to the Plane Train. No time to waste!

     

  • timing
    Jun 25, 2012
    0
    ther should be time to display on flight rescheduling

     

  • where to receive international passenger
    Jun 25, 2012
    1
    Hi, I have never been to JFK. I need to receive some international passengers in terminal 4. Where are international passengers usually received and welcomed at JFK? Thanks for your help.

     

    At JFK passengers arriving at T4 (unless they have gone through US customs clearance by participating airports) need to go through customs clearance. Your best bet is to meet them in the arrivals area near the information counter. (note that after their arrival they will spend at least 35-45 mins going through customs procedure. 2. If you drive to JFK, use the free 70-space Cell Phone Lot located near the Airport entrance--just off the Van Wyck Expressway. All the terminals can be accessed from this lot in less than 5 minutes. The lot allows drivers to wait until their arriving passengers have arrived, collected their baggage and call you to be picked up at the curb. Alternatively, park in the short-term lot or the nearest garage to the terminal. 3. If you arrive by Airtrain it will stop at each terminal.

     

  • connect time
    Jun 25, 2012
    1
    My United flight 3389 arrives Dulles June 25 at gate A4D. My connecting flight to London, 924, leaves from gate C3 one hour later. How do I quickly get to gate C3? Thank you.

     

    At IAD on arrival, take the AeroTrain in the center between A1-A6 and A15-32. At C gates the train serves only gates C30-17 - thereafter, use the walkway to remaining gates C14-1. You have adequate time.

     

  • time between flights
    Jun 25, 2012
    1
    How much time should I allow to get from the North Terminal at DTW to the Mcnamara terminal?

     

    At DTW, a shuttle bus runs every 10 minutes between the McNamara and the North Terminals, taking 7 minutes. Concourse A of McNamara has 1.5 miles of moving walkways, but also uses the Express Tram serving the South station near gate A11, the Terminal station in the center near the water feature, and the North station near gate A67. Note that McNamara terminal has Concourses A, B & C with corresponding gates. Note that between Concourses B & C is an elevator down to gates C1-C7. - On arrival st DTW, look at the overhead screen to find your connecting flight, gate number & time.

     

  • For smokers
    Jun 24, 2012
    0
    Kozy place

     

  • Connections in Rome
    Jun 25, 2012
    1
    Hello All: I am a Canadian flying from Malta to Rome where I will be connecting to a flight to Toronto. Does anyone know if my flight from Malta to Rome will be treated as domestic since I'll be flying within the EU? If it is domestic, I assume I don't need to pass through Customs in Rome, just get my bags and go to the Air Canada check-in - with cusoms done in Canada.

     

    Yes on arrival at FCO you will be considered "Schengen" arrival (Malta is part of Schengen countries) and need not go through customs check. You will be arriving/departing from Terminal 3.

     

  • Alaska Air to AA
    Jun 25, 2012
    1
    Booked thru AA and will be arriving from Edmonton Canada via Alaska Air at 7 pm. Connection to AA at 9:25pm to Mia. Am I right in assuming that I will not have to transfer my luggage? Any ideas on which terminal I will arrive at and depart at for the next leg. Thanks

     

    1. Make sure you go at Edmonton through US customs clearance, saving you time at SEA. 2. Alaska uses Satellite North with N gates, as well as Concourses C & D with corresponding gates; American uses Concourse A. While all concourses are connected at post-security, enabling passengers to freely move around without having to leave the secured area - you need to get a shuttle bus to the Satellite terminal.

     

  • Terminal 3 to International Terminal A
    Jun 25, 2012
    1
    Is there a secured transit route from Terminal 3 to International Terminal A? As in, would i have to go through security again? Thank you.

     

    1. There is no Terminal A - the International Terminal has boarding areas A & G with corresponding gates. 2. Domestic to International Terminals: A secure connector allows passengers, transferring from domestic flights in Terminals 2 & 3 to international flights in Boarding Area G, to walk directly to their new gate without having to exit and re-enter security or ride a shuttle bus between the two buildings. From there transfer to Boarding Area A.

     





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